This Exists

Yes, you too can have your tattoos framed after you die:

You may now bequeath your tattoos to your loved ones to frame and display, just like any other work of art that you value or that may be a family heirloom. Save My Ink, a new professional service offered by the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA), treats body art as a work of fine art and is the first to offer such preservation on a mass and professional scale.

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8 Responses to This Exists

  1. schmice3 says:

    Do they do lampshades?

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  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    “The process, which took a year to perfect, according to NAPSA”

    So now we know who Buffalo Bill was working for.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    Hmm, gotta say I like the idea of rows of framed tramp-stamps decorating my hallway.

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  4. roket says:

    I know a few who could make a Pillow Book.

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  5. MDavis says:

    I’ve actually read this idea in a Sci-Fi story. The culprit was an, erm, influencer, I guess she’d be called. She was going to get her skin peeled somehow, so she could take her tattoos off and display them on her wall. I wonder if that’s where they got this idea.

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  6. purplehead says:

    Tattoos have been around for thousands of years, in Egypt and, remember Ötzi, the hapless fellow who died up in the Italian Alps 5,000 years ago? He had tattoos. Also, too, in Samoa, the South Pacific.

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